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Vertigo also contains two great performances -- those of James Stewart and Kim Novak.
SPOILER ALERT - STOP READING I greatly appreciate Vertigo as a well crafted movie, and certainly I like how you never know what is going to happen next.
The 1958 film Vertigo may very well be one of Alfred Hitchcock's most unusual thrillers.
I know it is supposed to be great but I found it to be drawn out and rather boring. I did not connect with the characters at all and I was not emotionally invested in them. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jason Martin
The movie is a 5 star without me having to add anything to it.
Unfortunately, Amazon streaming sucked. Read more
the film is magnificent -- the transmission, however, had so many constant hiccups from start to finish -- that caused such distortion and continual patience that the film and... Read morePublished 6 days ago by jack stevens
A bit slow in the beginning for some, but if you like suspense films, you will enjoy it. It makes leaves you wondering what's really going on for quite a while. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Richard Rousseau
I saw this on screen when the restored version was released back in the 90s and finally got into it in a way I hadn’t when seeing it on TV. Read morePublished 11 days ago by W. M. Dix
Nothing like Jimmy Stewart and Alfred Hitchcock. Doesn't get better.Published 13 days ago by Magali Vusich